The Capital Challenge Horse Show (CCHS) proudly introduces Well Placed Smile as the presenting sponsor of the 2015 competition, beginning September 26 and concluding October 4 at Prince George’s Equestrian Center in Upper Marlboro, MD. As one of the country’s premier indoor shows on the equestrian calendar, CCHS, in its 22nd year, offers elite hunter, equitation, and amateur jumper competition to competitors from around the United States.
Joining the growing family of proud CCHS sponsors, Well Placed Smile, based in Nashville, TN, is a resource center for personal and professional development, focused on guiding individuals and corporate teams to purposeful living. The ultimate goal of Well Placed Smile—through facilitated programs, speakers, and community events—is to support individuals seeking balance and intention in their personal and professional lives.
“At Well Placed Smile, our mission is to cultivate a connected community of people who are living purposefully and joyfully. We are proud to partner with an event that brings together so many disciplined and focused individuals to celebrate a pastime that brings us all so much joy,” said Stephanie Ingram, Founder and CEO of Well Placed Smile.
Stephanie Ingram and the Ingram family are deeply involved with the equine community, as both Ingram and her husband, John, are avid equestrians alongside their daughter Martha, who has participated in previous years of the Capital Challenge Horse Show.
“As a lifetime lover of horses and avid proponent of purposeful living, I couldn’t be more excited about Well Placed Smile’s role in presenting the 2015 Capital Challenge Horse Show,” continued Ingram.
As presenting sponsors of the 2015 Capital Challenge Horse Show, Well Placed Smile will play an essential role in the overall success of the competition, which brings together elite riders of all ages in one of the best indoor venues in the country. Well Placed Smile will also sponsor the $5,000 Professional World Champion Hunter Rider Finals and the $5,000 World Champion Hunter Rider Developing Professional Challenge at this year’s competition.
“It is our pleasure to welcome Well Placed Smile as a leading sponsor of the 2015 Capital Challenge Horse Show,” said show manager Oliver Kennedy. “Their commitment and dedication to not only the show, but equestrian sport, is inspiring and we’re honored to have them as our presenting sponsor this year.”
Dedicated to helping individuals realize and reach their full potential, Well Placed Smile is proud to provide opportunities to help further the passions and careers of riders from across the country who will travel to compete at CCHS in 2015.
“The drive and dedication these riders show for their sport parallels the perspective and purpose we help our participants discover for their lives,” said Ingram.
For more information on the 2015 Capital Challenge Horse Show please visit www.capitalchallenge.org or follow them on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.
To learn more about Well Placed Smile, please visit www.wellplacedsmile.com.
About Well Placed Smile
Well Placed Smile is a resource center for personal and professional development designed to guide individuals and corporate teams to purposeful living. Responding to emerging research on the benefits of balance living, entrepreneur Stephanie Ingram founded Well Placed Smile in 2014 to cultivate a more intentional, joyful community. The company’s state-of-the-art headquarters is located in Nashville’s booming Gulch neighborhood and offers a variety of experiences to guide participants on their path to purpose. For more information, please visit wellplacedsmile.com.
About Capital Challenge Horse Show
In its 22nd year, the Capital Challenge Horse Show sets itself apart with a distinct and unique focus on preeminent hunter competition. Held each autumn at the Prince George’s Equestrian Center in Upper Marlboro, MD, this year’s show will take place on September 26-October 4. In addition to several prestigious equitation events, the Capital Challenge Horse Show will once again host the World Champion Hunter Rider Finals and will assemble the country’s best horses and riders to compete in junior, amateur, and professional hunter classes.